Terre, 25ème siècle. Cinq ans après la rébellion sur Mars.Pendant les 15 dernières années, Sopot, le dictateur corrompu, a opprimé les peuples du Commonwealth. Son but d'unification avec les voisins de la République Unie a laissé le pays dans le sang et la pauvreté.
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Date de parution : 9 avr 2003

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Terre, 25ème siècle. Cinq ans après la rébellion sur Mars.
Pendant les 15 dernières années, Sopot, le dictateur corrompu, a opprimé les peuples du Commonwealth. Son but d'unification avec les voisins de la République Unie a laissé le pays dans le sang et la pauvreté. Les propagandes passent à travers les communautés, et un immeuble d'Information Publique, construit en honneur du dictateur égocentrique, diffuse des nouvelles clamant les victoires malgré le fait qu'il y ait de plus en plus de soldats victimes. Après des années sur les champs de bataille, les soldats, révoltés, s'injectent avec de la nanotechnologie, jurant de se débarrasser du dictateur et de restaurer la paix.
Défendez votre nation en tant que Alias, un expert en démolitions, avec l'aide de 5 membres de votre équipe, chacun d'entre eux est spécialisé dans leurs propres méthodes de destruction. Battez-vous à travers de divers niveaux, en utilisant des véhicules, un arsenal d'armes spécialisées, et d'explosifs massifs afin de se débarrasser du gouvernement.
  • Geo-Mod™ engine — améliorée, le seul FPS qui utilise la modification géométrique arbitraire en temps réel
  • Un nouveau scénario et de nouveaux personnages — incarnez un membre d'une équipe de six
  • Graphismes améliorés et scènes pré-rendues pour vivre une expérience complètement immersive
  • Utilisez quatre véhicules variés en combat, comprenant le tank, le sous-marin et le hoverflyer
  • Obtenez une puissance de feu supérieure des multiples combats contre des Boss
  • 14 armes spécialisées de destruction massive, comprenant des combinaisons à deux mains
  • Un nouvel inventaire d'objets utiles - kits de santé, vision nocturne, grenades et bien plus encore
  • Furtivité, puzzles et des objectifs basés sur l'action
  • Réaction de l'IA poussée - l'IA travaille en équipes et réagissent à chaque situation de combat
  • Découvrez de différentes fins de jeux qui dépendent de votre style de combat et du "karma" bon ou mauvais

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® 2000/XP
    • Version DirectX : DirectX 8.1
    • Processeur : Pentium III 500 MHz ou mieux
    • Mémoire : 128 Mo de RAM
    • Carte Vidéo : 3D Carte Graphique accélératrice (16 Mo)
    • Son : Carte Son certifiée DirectX 8.1
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 9 janvier
Just finish the game, it didn't felt like it was very long in this game, but to compare the 2nd to the 1st, I have to say the 1st was better for number of things, such as hit boxes, as well bosses, only hardest part in the game was the final boss, everything else was pretty darn simple and easy. Over all the game was good, the plot wasn't to bad, but the twist in the plot was pretty lame, which they could of easily just ended, but didn't, also the bots in this game were alright, not the greatest. If you wonder if this game tied to the 1st game, it's hard to explain, but none of the characters from red faction 1 has anything to do in red faction 2 plot other than the plot that carry over at the start of the game about the nanobots technology which used to make super soldiers, which doesn't tell you about any of the character from red faction 1, as to what happen to them or what.


Pros:
- Bots are pretty good.
- Playing the game on certain difficulties to unlock game contents.
- Has Bots to fight in a match such as team deathmatch, etc...
- Get to customize the bots for Bots match, such as behavior, stats, etc...
- Great boss fight challenge at the end.
- Lots of weapons to use in game to choose from.
- Awesome vehicles to use in game, mostly liked the battle armor.
- Destroying some environment.

Cons:
- The Plot has some pretty bad flaws.
- Hit boxes wasn't that great compare to the 1st game.
- Mostly simple and easy to beat the game.
- There no online/lan Multiplayer, only Bots match, where you fight nothing but just bots.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 janvier
Red Faction II is the sequel that fans of the Red Faction franchise would rather forget. Decent graphics for the time, trouble free gameplay (no crashes & full 1080p), multiple environments (some levels are completed on foot, others in planes, others in tanks, others in power armor), and great voice acting (Jason Statham!).

So what are the drawbacks?

Red Faction II contains little or nothing that made the first Red Faction game a classic. The game is linear as hell. So was the first game, you might say; but even within the levels, there often were multiple ways to progress. Not so in Red Faction II. What about Geomod and destructible terrain? Well, that's still here, kind of. There's plenty of stuff that is destructible. But instead of unlocking different routes, Geomod's role is reduced to the only path. One level begins with Alias in an alley with both ends blocked off. There's no way to progress forward. Oh, wait, shoot those barrels. Boom! The wall explodes and (realistically) crumbles, opening a hole to walk through. There's your Geomod.

Also missing is the Everyman character. Parker (Red Faction), Alec Mason (Red Faction Guerrilla), and Darius Mason (Red Faction Armageddon) were all ordinary joes called upon to be heroes. In Red Faction II, we play as a Nano-agumented super soldier who is already special. The plot might look fine on paper – super soldiers attempt to overthrow a despot – but the execution isn't even up B-movie standards (maybe C-movie standards). And while the voice acting is good, there's no emotional attachment with Alias (your character), even when he is betrayed and has to fight an entirely new enemy about half-way through the game.

Red Faction II is also short for a fps. A complete run-through clocked in around 5 hours. The enemies are generic and repetitive (even the “zombies” of later levels present little challenge). If you're good at getting head-shots, you'll be able to coast through this one. The boss battles do present a decent challenge; the final boss is insanely hard / old school at first. Then I realized his pattern (from which he never deviates), and beat him in 90 seconds. There was one boss that had a charged electrical field for protection; if he got too close, and you became electrocuted, all of your controls become inverted (left is right, down is up). That was fun and a great challenge.

But one unique and fun boss isn't enough to save a game, and unfortunately Red Faction II has little else of interest. Skip it unless you can get it REALLY cheap.

Of note: If battling bots is something you like, you might be interested in Red Faction II's highly customizeable Bot-Match mode. There are quite a few maps and a great variety of weapons. Though why wouldn't you just play Quake 3 or Classic Nexuiz if that's what you're after?
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
3.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 7 janvier
I don't understand all the hate this game is getting, my brothers and I loved this when we had it on the Playstation 2, I had no issue getting this to run smoothly either.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 28 janvier
Its a great game. I love all of them. JUst get it and have fun.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 janvier
This game is divided by exactly 50/50 when it comes to the positive versus negative reviews on the store page, and it's very easy to understand why that is the case after completing it myself. Obviously, this is the sequel to the classic Red Faction game, naturally you'd expect Red Faction II to be similar to it in terms of gamepaly and story being the sequel and all, but there is little to no resemblance.

Red Faction II takes place in a very different kind of atmosphere and environment to the original game and follows an alternate storyline to the one told in first game, which was a disappointment to me from the get-go as I really enjoyed Red Faction, at least the geo-mod mechanics are still there though, despite not being as flexible as before. Putting all of that aside however, I saw the game through to the end and it turned out to be a relatively fun experience overall, but I wouldn't recommend it as there are certainly better games out there for the same amount (or even less) of money.

There are some bugs here and there (nothing gamebreaking however), the story and voice acting is remarkably cheesy and there are definitely some major gameplay annoyances such as how much bullsh*t (for lack of a better word) the final boss fight is, for £5.00 it's a hit or miss experience, you'll either enjoy it or you won't. Don't jump into it expecting the gameplay to be anything like the original Red Faction 'cause you'll wind up very disappointed like I was.

All in all, it can be a fun game if you play it with an open mind and strip it of it's Red Faction title, but I'd honestly recommend looking elsewhere for better games, such as jumping right into Red Faction: Geurilla instead, you won't miss out on anything.

For a more informative review on Red Faction II's mechanics, story and overall gameplay, check out this review, I agree wholeheartedly with everything written there.
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